Better together

Rich Brains provides specially selected and trained Enrichment Tutors for seniors living at home.  Rich Brain’s classes and programs promote a more active, engaged, and healthy lifestyle — with a dose of fun added in!

 

Better together

Rich Brains provides specially trained Enrichment Tutors for seniors living at home.  Rich Brain’s classes and programs promote a more active, engaged, and healthy lifestyle — with a dose of fun added in!

%

Adults 65+ want to age in their homes †1

%

Adults 85+ developing dementia . †2

The problem

  • Most caregivers lack expertise to provide enriching activities.

  • Family members can’t spend unlimited time with loved ones.

  • Many home environments often induce a sedentary lifestyle.

  • Ageism, stereotypes, and physical morbidity discourage active lifestyles.

  • Bad habits are hard to break.

Years life increased due to positive perceptions on aging. †3

%

Women delayed or prevented the risk of dementia or cognitive decline †4

The solution

  • Enrichment Tutors fully dedicate their time, resources, training, and expertise to help seniors stay active and healthy.

  • Rich Brain classes promote healthy brains and bodies based on practical tips from the latest scientific literature.

  • Enrichment Tutors arrive directly to the resident’s home to motivate, energize and inspire.

  • Tutors encourage social and emotional wellbeing by providing friendship and encouragement.

1AARP Public Policy Institute. (2014, April 1). What is Livable? Community Preferences of Older Adults. Retrieved October 2, 2017, from AARP: http://www.aarp.org/livable-communities/info-2014/aarp-ppi-survey-what-makes-a-community-livable.html
2Alzheimier’s Association. (2012). 2012 Alzheimer’s Disease Facts and Figures. Alzheimer’s & Dementia , 8 (2), 70.
3Levy, B. R., Slade, M. D., Kunkel, S. R., & Kasl, S. V. (2002). Longevity Increased by Positive Self-Perceptions of Aging. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 83 (2), 261-270.
4Crooks, V. C., Lubben, J., Petitti, D. B., Little, D., & Chiu, V. (2008). Social Network, Cognitive Function, and Dementia Incidence Among Elderly Women. American Journal of Public Health , 98 (7), 1221-1227.

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The decision to work with Rich Brains’s Enrichment Tutors was a pivotal moment for seniors who wished for a better retired life.

 

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Why do people stay at home?

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Leading experts

 

Maintaining an engaged approach with meaningful goals and achievements can enhance quality of life dramatically and lead to better health management lifelong.

Aaron Hagedorn, PhD

Instructional Associate Professor, USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology

Maintaining an engaged approach with meaningful goals and achievements can enhance quality of life dramatically and lead to better health management lifelong.

Aaron Hagedorn, PhD

Instructional Associate Professor, USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology

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